6 Things To Do At Johnson Jakande Tinubu (JJT) Park! – My Review On The New park In Lagos!

6 Things To Do At Johnson Jakande Tinubu (JJT) Park! – My Review On The New park In Lagos!

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This new park gets me excited! I have officially started my tour for the year, and I started with the newly launched recreational park at Alausa, Ikeja Lagos named Johnson Jakande Tinubu Park (JJT Park).

It was launched by the present Governor of  Lagos State; Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode to honor the past Governors of Lagos State – Brigadier Mobolaji, Johnson Rtd, Alhaji Lateef Jakande, and Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

I think the idea of the park makes a lot of sense, and it is very futuristic in terms of improving tourism in Lagos Nigeria, and like I said in my recent video on YouTube, I am PROUD OF LAGOS, & I am proud to be a Lagosian, CLICK HERE to watch the video.

Now straight to the review of the park, I would like to start with something interesting!

Travel Guide on JJT Part

  1. Free Wifi:

We have free Wifi “that works”, wow! This is something that JJT Park has in common with Ndubisi Park, which is right next to it. And the Wifi is named: Lagos Wifi. If you are not happy about this, I am! We are gradually improving in some areas in Nigeria, and I like to see such growth.

2. Entrance Fee:

It has a free entrance, and you do not have to pay anything to enter the park or to use any of the facilities, which I think is really good.

3. Location:

As mentioned above, the park is located in Alausa Ikeja, right next to Lagos State House of Assembly.

4. Parking Space:

I hate to break it to you, but there is no parking space in the park. Meaning you cannot drive your car into the park. I do not know if there are provisions being made for extra parking space for festive seasons when there is going to be crowd, but I had to park my car at Ndubisi park which is right opposite the park (well, kinda).

5. Space:

As mentioned by the Lagos State General Manager of Parks & Gardens Agency (LASPARK); Mrs. Bilikis Adebiyi-Abiola, the park occupies a total land area of approximately 21, 800sqm.

6. Recreational Area:

I will like to call this the “tourist attractions”, which means these are the reasons why “I” would go there if I were you.

If I were you, I would;

  • Take a picture in front of the Statue that represents Lagos for Instagram! (Like I did) 🙂
  • Take a picture in front of Tinubu’s face/statue.
  • Take a picture in front of the dry fountain
  • I would go there for a picnic.
  • Take my children or younger siblings to go play at this beautiful playground craved out for children.
  • I would make an Instagram story and send it to campaigns@thefisayo.com talking about your experience there and promoting travels in Nigeria like I did ( you will see it in my upcoming video on YouTube).  CLICK HERE to know more about the campaign.


7. Food Yard:

You will have a full view of the food court in the video review I will be releasing on YouTube soon, so stay tuned for that, although all they really had there when I visited was just drinks.

8. Time:

The park closes by 6:30 PM, and I was unable to confirm what time it opens.

9. Photography:

For the photographers and or bloggers like me, you need to know that you would need to get permission to use your professional camera to take pictures or hold photo-shoots there.

My overall assessment of the park is a 4.5 over 5, it is really big and beautiful for pictures, videos, pre-wedding shoots and whatnots. So I suggest you should visit the park if you are in Lagos or if you are passing by Lagos! Make sure you stay tuned for the video to see more of the park, and make sure to join my campaign called; “The Nigeria Experience” aimed at promoting travels in Nigeria.

In conclusion, let me know what you think of the park, in the comment section, and If you have visited the place do not hesitate to share your experience.

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  1. Well done girl????. I have passed the park recently but I hope to visit soon. Thanks for the tips as well ?

    1. thefisayo

      Thank you hun!

  2. This place is really beautiful! I’m definitely going there. Thank you for the helpful tips babe!

    1. thefisayo

      Yep You should! Thank you dear!

  3. Damilola

    Good job dear! You should expect my pictures very soon.

    1. thefisayo

      Thank You darling!

  4. Pete

    Cool stuff Fisi. Great content as always ?.
    But but. Why does Ambode always exclude Fashola when he’s doing stuff regarding ex governors ? Same thing with the paintings in eko hotel roundabout… correct me if I’m wrong o…

  5. Pete

    Cool stuff Fisi. Great content as always ?.
    But but. Why does Ambode always exclude Fashola when he’s doing stuff regarding ex governors ? Same thing with the paintings in eko hotel roundabout… correct me if I’m wrong o…

    1. thefisayo

      Lol, me I do not know oh, they are probably not on good terms.

      Thank You for the compliment!

  6. Bunmi Onanaye

    I would visit soon. Awesome review Fisayo!

    1. thefisayo

      Thank you dear!

  7. Myfuturesmiles

    Nice place to visit. Please do they have a restaurant there or they just sell drinks alone?
    Kindly let me know. Thanks

    1. thefisayo

      Yes it is a nice place. Last I checked, they now sell other snacks there asides drinks.

    2. Olatunde Fadilah Ololade

      Can one hold a hangout of about 50 people there?

  8. Wole

    Can I bring my own food ?

    1. thefisayo

      Yeah, I thing you can.

  9. Demi

    Hello, very lovely pictures? Can i have my baby’s one year birthday there? I am thinking of a picnic of like 30-40 people.

    1. thefisayo

      Yes you can! It is big enough.

  10. Good post. Now it is on my list of things to do next time I am in Lagos.

    1. thefisayo

      Awesome! Thank you!

  11. Fanta

    All the games there are free or we’re meant to pay?

    1. thefisayo

      Everything apart from food in the park is free.

  12. Kinsurl Studios

    Good Place and Very Good Review, TheFisayo

  13. Rhoda

    Can a picnic be held there?if yes at what cost?is there a gate fee?

    1. thefisayo

      Yes, totally! The park also has a free access, watch the video above to know more

    2. Chidinma

      Thinking of hosting a party there but can we come along with our foods and drinks wen coming

      1. thefisayo

        I can not confirm if that would be allowed for free, but I see people holding picnics at the venue.

  14. Anjola

    I’m a photographer looking to hold a shoot there tomorrow
    Do I have to pay to get in? It’s urgent please!

    1. thefisayo

      You have to get permission to use your camera.

  15. Ndidi

    Please I can one celebrate birthday there with food and drinks

    1. thefisayo

      Oh yes, I think you can,

      1. Ndidi

        I learnt they are closed for reconstruction. Have they opened for activities now?

      2. Alamutu Sariu Omoshalewa

        The place is very beautiful. I hope to visit someday.

  16. Bola Odutola

    How much does entrance fees cost, are we shielded when raining or do we need to book for that?

    1. thefisayo

      Entrance is free.
      All amenities are free.

      You only pay if you want to do photo shoots.

  17. Senator Button

    Now!! Coming here is a most def next weekend.
    Thanks Fisayo.

    1. thefisayo

      Sure! I am happy this helped

  18. Bello Damilola

    Thanks Fisayo. Your explanation was so explicit.
    I would be visiting with two of my sisters.
    Are there enough sitting place to eat and drink??
    And just to relax maybe?
    Do they have shades incase of sunny days?

    1. thefisayo

      Yes they do! I am glad this helped!

  19. Motunrayo

    Hello, thanks for this review.. Can I host a get together with my friends there and how do I go about it?

  20. Agbontaen Precious

    So you won’t pay for anything at all??can I bring my food and drinks?are there places to seat or would mats be provided?? I want to do a picnic there this month

  21. Ola

    Please,do they have photographers there to snap and print immediately in case I don’t want to bring my own photographer,i want to celebrate birthday there for next week. Thanks

    1. thefisayo

      I am not sure if they have

  22. Busola

    are there fast food resturants in the place and can you bring your food into the hut

    1. thefisayo

      yes there are and yes you can

  23. Nj

    Thank u for this am sure going there this Sunday for a picnic cause its my bd. Do day have mats for rent or will l have to bring mine? I will appreciate an answer asap. Thank u

  24. Ibk

    This post is helpful. Thanks for sharing Fisayo

    1. thefisayo

      Thank you very much!

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